Artist Neil Harbisson had a camera-antenna surgically fitted to his skull, making him the world’s first human-cyborg. But it’s not all for show. Al Jazeera’s Phil Lavelle reports from Dublin.
A microwave transmitter attached to his skull is a one way ticket to brain cancer. Not my choice of headgear.
I really want to know where his apparatus gets power? Drawing voltage straight from the brain?
If not then does he have to change batteries frequently? Maybe he has a USB cable coming out of his wrist?